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Category: Media Services

PGA TOUR tees up with AWS to reimagine the fan experience

With every major event, professional sports leagues continue to transform the fan experience using a range of technological advancements, from artificial intelligence (AI) to machine learning (ML) and analytics. Looking to boost fan engagement and streamline its video production and delivery workflow, the PGA TOUR (TOUR) recently enlisted Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its official […]

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[Updated 11/17] Your guide to media and entertainment at re:Invent 2021

The entire AWS Media & Entertainment (M&E) team welcomes you to celebrate 10 years of AWS re:Invent this year. We’re back in Las Vegas (and virtually) with an exciting program planned with five keynotes, more than 20 leadership sessions, and over 1,200 breakout and interactive sessions from November 29 through December 3, 2021. Plus, stop […]

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Streaming sessions view in Amazon Nimble Studio

Introduction Amazon Nimble Studio empowers creative studios to produce visual effects, animation, and interactive content entirely in the cloud. Studios can rapidly onboard and collaborate with artists globally and create content faster using access to virtual workstations, high-speed storage, and scalable rendering across Amazon Web Services (AWS) global infrastructure. Using the streaming sessions view included […]

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NHL goes all in on UHD with help from AWS

Fans can now get a clearer, real-time view of what’s happening on the ice through the NHL’s new UHD-enhanced video production pipeline. NHL’s recent technology infrastructure update, which includes the addition of several AWS Elemental Link UHD cloud contribution encoders across 32 NHL arenas, provides innovative viewer experiences. The NHL’s new Link UHDs make it […]

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Track and visualize streaming­­­ beacon data on AWS

Capturing viewers’ experience when delivering valuable media content is more important than ever, as more and more streaming service providers are competing for consumer viewership. Tracking quality of service helps providers keep customers. Although data from the edge, from content delivery networks (CDNs) and Origin logs, is extremely valuable, it does not paint a complete […]

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Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) goes all-in on the cloud in pioneering move for dynamic scalability

What do Hollywood blockbusters and one of the world’s most prestigious global architecture, interior design, urban planning, and engineering firms share in common? Turns out, quite a bit, and not just because it designed the Walt Disney Company’s Manhattan headquarters. From One World Trade Center in New York to Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the portfolio of […]

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Case Study: Peach increases security while still reducing blocked traffic

Peach, a European-based digital advertising company, distributes and delivers high-quality digital ads to broadcasters and the online video industry worldwide. The advertising distribution company initially thought its security risk was low, but when it discovered that it was the target of phishing and denial-of-service attacks, they turned to AWS for a solution. Using an AWS […]

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Case Study: BurdaForward prevents overprovisioning and delivers cost transparency on AWS

Digital publisher BurdaForward, an arm of Hubert Burda Media, is an online publisher with 800 employees and locations in eight German cities. Its brands include the Focus Online News portal, Digital Tech Site Chip.de, Lifestyle Magazine Bunte.de and many others, reaching more than 21 million unique users each month. BurdaForward sought to update its infrastructure […]

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Secure content using CloudFront Functions

To secure streaming video content from Amazon CloudFront, a fast content delivery network (CDN) service on Amazon Web Services (AWS), two methods are available: signed cookies or signed URLs. Customers can choose to use either one or both, depending on the use case. For example, a customer might choose signed cookies to authorize the resource […]

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Building a reusable testing pipeline for AWS Amplify plugins

Authored by Nathan Agez, a software engineer at TrackIt with master’s degrees in computer science from EPITECH France. Nathan has deep knowledge of the AWS Amplify ecosystem and also has extensive experience in building Serverless infrastructure for a variety of projects. He is passionate about open source, automation, travel, and loves playing his guitar when he’s […]

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